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The Beauty Bite: Becca Opal Shimmering Skin Perfector

Thursday, 25 August 2011

Becca Opal Shimmering Skin Perfector

"YOU STUPID WOMAN!" were the scathing words I shouted at myself when I realised I'd yet to feature this product on The Beauty Bite. You see, this isn't just some tube I have lying about my make up stash - this is something I use on a weekly basis, sometimes daily if the mood takes me. This is one of my favourite products of all time.


Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector is a cult classic. Available in 6 easy to wear shades (the colours apply sheer, adding just a hint of warmth or coolness to the skin), this water based moisturiser is packed full of light diffusing particles that instantly reduce imperfections whilst providing the complexion with a healthy, natural glow. Suitable for use on its own or over make up, the added benefit of SPF 20 transforms this product into a one stop shop of sun care, hydration, light coverage and subtle radiance - perfect for those who adore the always-in-fashion-'barely there'-look.

Opal Shimmering Skin Perfector swatched/ lightly sheered out

With super fine mica particles helping to create an up lifting glow I'm addicted to mixing this in with my daily foundation, providing the skin with an extra dose of healthy looking sheen. With added ingredients such as vitamins A, B, D and E, the skincare benefits of this product stand pretty high too, helping to both aid tissue repair and stimulate collagen renewal. No, your skin won't look 10 years younger by slathering this onto your face, but it will appear fresher, brighter and wonderfully pampered.


Extreme close up of product on skin

Incredibly versatile in its usage, this product can be applied in a whole manner of ways: on its own as a blemish reducing base/ set with powder for a semi matte glow/ dotted along the cheek bone as a decadent highlight/ mixed with concealer to instantly lift the under eye/ layered over primer for an ultimate dewy finish - the options are endless. Priced at £32 for a 50ml tube, this product lasts a long time thanks to the small amount of cream needed to provide both radiance and coverage to the entire face. If you're a fan of clean, understated make up then a Shimmering Skin Perfector is a must. I'm already saving up for the Pearl to help me get through the winter months...

Becca Opal Shimmering Skin Perfector is available from selected stockists worldwide and zuneta.com for £32.

*this product was purchased by the Beauty Bite*

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6 Comments:

At Thursday, August 25, 2011 , Blogger girlinthecity said...

this is just beautiful, I still haven't tried any Becca - must rectify soooooon

a x
Girl in the City Glasgow

 
At Thursday, August 25, 2011 , Blogger Passing fancy said...

I LOVE IT TOO! I have the one in Pearl and it gives me the same result :) The price is a bit high but totally worth it.

 
At Thursday, August 25, 2011 , Blogger Heather Does Make Up said...

I love this stuff! I have it in the shade Pearl too but Opal looks really gorgeous...may have to invest in that one sometime!

 
At Thursday, August 25, 2011 , Blogger TheCosmeticCrave said...

I heard of this wonder product a while back now and have always put it at the back of my mind when buying makeup, Your review has made me realise just how much I need this product now!

http://thecosmeticcrave.blogspot.com/
xxx

 
At Thursday, August 25, 2011 , Blogger talei said...

oh wow, i love this stuff and have heard so many good things about it... just yet to buy it though... i guess i'll have to order it as well because there's only a single becca counter in germany i believe! too bad, i would have liked to look at all shades...

i'm a new (official) reader by the way - but i've been visiting your blog for roughly a year now - <3ing it!

 
At Monday, August 29, 2011 , Blogger Alex said...

I love it too. Actually I adore all things BECCA and I have just recently written a post about it too. :)

 

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